1Which describes India as a Secular State?PreambletotheConstitution
2How long the term of the Lok Sabha can be extended?By 1 year at a time
3The source of India's sovereignty lies in which thing?PreambletotheConstitution
4How many times can the President of India return a Non-money Bill, passed by Parliament?Once
5Planning in India derives its objectives from which policy?Directive Principles of State policy
6What is the intermediate tier of the Panchayati Raj System called?Panchayat Samiti
7The amendment procedure laid down in the Constitution of India is on which pattern?Constitution of South Africa
8Who was the first Foreign Minister of free India?Jawaharlal Nehru
9By whom is the Annual Financial Statement caused to be laid before both Houses of Parliament?President
10How are the members of the Rajya Sabha elected?Indirectly
11Where can the report of the UPSC discussed?72 0In Parliament before being accepted
12To whom is the resignation letter of a State Public Service Commission member addressed?Governor
13Who was the President of the Indian National Congress at the time of Indian Independence?J. B. Kriplani
14Why are the Fundamental Freedoms under Article 19 suspended during emergency?War or external aggression
15What does the theory of Fundamental Rights imply?Limited government
16In which of the Parliamentary Financial Committees is the Rajya Sabha not represented?Estimates Committee
17From which fund are the salaries of the Judges of the Supreme Court drawn?Consolidated Fund
18From which of the country, Constitution of India has adopted fundamental duties?Erstwhile USSR
19What does the Constitution name our country?India, that is Bharat
20Which is the largest Committee of the Parliament?The Estimates Committee
21In which State was the Panchayatl Raj first introduced?Rajasthan
22In which year was Panchayati Raj started in the country?1959
23What is the administrative capital of South Africa?Pretoria
24Which tax is not levied by the Union Government?Profession Tax
25The Fundamental Right to Property has been deleted by the which Amendment Act?44th
26Who was not the member of the Cabinet Mission which visited India in 1946?Lord Mountbatten
27What is the maximum number of elected members in a State Assembly?500
28To whom is a minister in a State individually responsible?Governor
29In which article Right to education is a fundamental right?Personal liberty under Article 21
30How is the censorship of the press judged? 65292By the test of reasonableness
31To whom does the Public Accounts Committee submit its report?The Speaker of the Lok Sabha
32What does Net factor income from abroad added to GDP give?GNP
33Which is the highest and final judicial tribunal in respect of the Constitution of India?Supreme Court
34Which year is celebrated as International Year of Quinoa?2013
35Which is not the concern of the local government?Public Utility Services
36In which part is the provision of amending the Constitutional Provision is given?Part XX Article 368
37Which Chief Justice of India has acted as President of India?M. Hidayatullah
38Who was the second Portuguese Governor in India?Alfonso de Albuquerque
39Which Act removed the legal recognition of slavery in India?The Act V of 1843
40When did the first linguistic State of Andhra come into existence?01-Oct-53
41Who is associated with the coinage of the name 'United Nations'?Franklin Roosevelt
42The Operation Polo was associated with the annexation of which Princely States into Indian Union?72 0Hyderabad
43The States Reorganisation Act created howmany States and Union Territories?14 and 6
44Which are the working language(s) of the UNESCO?English and French
45Which amendments accorded precedence to Directive Principle over Fundamental Rights?42nd Amendment
46In which part of the Constitution the concept of Welfare State finds elaboration?Directive Principles
47The International Court of Justice was established in which year?1946
48Which write is a bulwark of personal freedom?Habeas Corpus
49When was the Universal Postal Union (UPU) establish?1874
50Which writ may be issued to enforce a Fundamental Right?Habeas Corpus